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Ross Macfadyen

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97,000 Listeners Enjoy Celtic Music Radio @ Celtic Connections

Celtic Music Radio 95FM, Glasgow’s charitable community radio station, has just completed a marathon live broadcast session at Celtic Connections. The station’s team of volunteers brought the festival to over 97,000 listeners across Glasgow and around the world via its Internet stream to 176 different countries. A further 32,000 listened in via Dunoon Community Radio. …

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Sessions at Celtic Connections

Looking forward to Celtic Connections? Of course you are!   We will be returning to the Buchanan Suite in the Royal Concert Hall and running live on air sessions once again.   If you’d like to be considered for a session, please email your details, biography and links to your music to connections@celticmusicradio.net   We’ll …

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Hogmanay on 95FM and DAB

Join our Festival of Music as we take you into 2016. Hogmanay starts at 8pm with live music recorded at Celtic Connections 2015. We join Hazy Recollections staring: The Hazey Janes Parkington Sisters Tommy Reilly Loki and Becci Wallace Then, from 10pm, our now legendary Hogmanay Party is presented LIVE by Liz Clark and Gordon …

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Now on DAB Digital Radio!

Celtic Music Radio can now be heard across Glasgow on DAB Digital Radio! The boffins still have a little tinkering and pottering to do, but do let us know how it sounds. How, though, we hear you ask, do I get Celtic Music Radio on my DAB receiver? Easy Peasy! Look for the button (or …

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Exciting Times!

These are exciting times for all of us at Celtic Music Radio 95FM. In the near future, the station will be moving to a new base as part of our commitment to provide a Festival Of Music every day of the year. As you will appreciate, this involves a range of technical issues. So while …

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Celtic Music Television

As part of our fundraising week, and in conjunction with Audio @ GCU, Celtic Music Radio is having it’s first LIVE video stream! Welcome to Celtic Music Television! On Saturday 28th November from 6 – 8 pm, join us via Youtube for live sets from: ▪ Ross Ainslie ▪ Sophie Rogers ▪ Mrs Bruce’s Boys …

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Put Your Money Where Your Ears Are!

Throughout this week our presenters will be asking you to “Put Your Money Where Your Ears Are”! Celtic Music Radio is a charitable, community station, supporting music and musicians that do not get mainstream airplay. Our very being is to bring you the best “Celtic” Music from Scotland, Ireland and from our Celtic cousins around …

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Rab Noakes Walkin to Thank Folk It’s Friday

Rab Noakes will be gabbing with Ross this Friday from 8pm. Rab Noakes describes the music on his latest release, I’m Walkin Here, as ‘21st century skiffle’. “I felt it was time for me to make a record in a certain way, with certain ingredients”, he said recently of this recording. “I wanted to try …

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Dougie MacLean on Perthshire Amber

Dougie MacLean OBE talks to Ross Macfadyen about this year’s Perthshire Amber Festival, which takes place from Friday 30th October and Sunday 8th November this year. Tune in from 8pm on Friday 9th October. The Perthshire Amber Festival, now in it’s 11th year, is likely to exceed all expectations once again! Scotland on Sunday’s Tom …

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Raintown with Stewart Fenwick

On this Sunday’s Celtic Country, Stewart will be chatting to Paul and Claire McArthur Bain, the Glasgow based modern Country music duo, Raintown. The duo who have guested on the programme before, return, as they release their long awaited second album, “Writing on The Wall” on October 9th, and play Glasgow’s Art School on Tuesday …

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